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eBook Rational Approach To Pedal Cyclist Head Protection (Acta Biomedica Lovaniensia) ePub

by Bart Depreitere

  • ISBN: 9058673758
  • Category: Individual Sports
  • Subcategory: Outdoors Sport
  • Author: Bart Depreitere
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Leuven Univ Pr (June 30, 2004)
  • Pages: 161
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In western countries, head injury is a major cause of morbidity and mortality. While traumatic injuries are the leading cause of death under the age of 45 years. Series: Acta Biomedica Lovaniensia (Book 309). Paperback: 161 pages. Publisher: Leuven Univ Pr (June 30, 2004).

In western countries, head injury is a major cause of morbidity and mortality. ISBN-13: 978-9058673756. Product Dimensions: . x . inches.

We believe that such findings may support a rational approach to optimising pedal cyclist head protection.

Risk of head injury in helmeted vs unhelmeted cyclists adjusted for age and motor vehicle involvement indicate a protective effect of 69% to 74% for helmets for 3 different categories of head injury: any head injury (odds ratio, . 1; 95% confidence interval, . 6-0 We believe that such findings may support a rational approach to optimising pedal cyclist head protection.

Depreitere B1, Van Lierde C, Maene S, Plets C, Vander Sloten J, Van Audekercke R, Van der Perre G, Goffin . We believe that such findings may support a rational approach to optimising pedal cyclist head protection.

Depreitere B1, Van Lierde C, Maene S, Plets C, Vander Sloten J, Van Audekercke R, Van der Perre G, Goffin J. Author information. 1. Department of Neurosurgery, University Hospital Gasthuisberg, Herestraat 49, B-3000 Leuven, Belgium.

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Aim: to base and to test new more precise way of determination of the type of adaptation strategy and. intensity of corresponding metabolic shifts in experiment. Methods: the model of orthopedic trauma of two extremities with stabilization of fragments with external fixation devices was rendered in experimental group of 22 chinchilla rabbits.

The purpose of the present study was to investigate whether an energy failure level applies to the skull fracture mechanics in unembalmed post-mortem human heads under dynamic frontal loading conditions. A double-pendulum model was used to conduct frontal impact tests on specimens from 18 unembalmed post-mortem human subjects. The specimens were isolated at the occipital condyle level, and pre-test computed tomography images were obtained.

About publications (59) network Lateral head impacts and protection of the temporal area by bicycle safety helmets.

About publications (59) network. Publications 59. Publications by authors named "Bart Depreitere". Are you Bart Depreitere? Register this Author. Bart Depreitere Fabian Güiza Ian Piper Giuseppe Citerio Iain Chambers Patricia A Jones Tsz-Yan M Lo Per Enblad Pelle Nilsson Bart Feyen Philippe Jorens Andrew Maas Martina U Schuhmann Rob Donald Laura Moss Greet Van den Berghe Geert Meyfroidt. Acta Neurochir Suppl 2018 ;126:3-6. University Hospitals Leuven, Leuven, Belgium. Lateral head impacts and protection of the temporal area by bicycle safety helmets.

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Accident Analysis and Prevention 36 (2004) Bicycle-related head injury: a study of 86 cases Bart Depreitere a. .We believe that such findings may support a rational approach to optimising pedal cyclist head protection Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

Accident Analysis and Prevention 36 (2004) Bicycle-related head injury: a study of 86 cases Bart Depreitere a,, Carl Van Lierde b, Sigrid Maene b, Christiaan Plets a, Jos Vander Sloten b, Remy. Keywords: Bicycle accident; Head impact; Head injury; Outcome 1. Introduction Victims of bicycle accidents are prone to head injury. Twenty-one to 61% of the victims of bicycle accidents seeking medical care have a head injury (Collins et a. 1993; Eilert-Petersson and Schelp, 1997; Elsen et a. 1997; Fife et a. 1983; Wood and Milne, 1988).

This is a Ph.D. dissertation. In western countries, head injury is a major cause of morbidity and mortality. While traumatic injuries are the leading cause of death under the age of 45 years, up to half of the trauma deaths and the majority of cases of permanent disability are directly related to a sustained head injury. In the U.S. an estimated 1.5 million people sustain head injury each year.

As a result of these injuries, 50,000 people die, 230,000 people are hospitalized and survive and an estimated 80,000 - 90,000 people experience long-term disability. Contents include: Introduction, Aims of the Study, Analysis of Bicycle Accidents and the Resultant Head Injuries in a Study of 86 cases, Investigations on the Mechanics of Skull and Brain Injuries, Investigation of Bicycle Safety Helmet Performance in Impact Testing, General Discussion and Perspectives.